The title of 50 Cent's new track was unveiled as the cover art for the single was debuted on Tuesday, July 17. The artwork features a bench with the backdrop of a sunrise, and the song's title which is "New Day".
Alicia Keys and Dr. Dre are featured in "New Day", which is confirmed as the first single off the 37-year-old's upcoming album "Street King Immortal". Keys released a song with the same title late last month, while 50 Cent's version will be available on iTunes on Tuesday, July 24.
In an interview with Digital Spy, 50 Cent talked about the new record that is due to be released in November. "It's the actual studio album that's being marketed and promoted by Interscope," he said of his fifth studio installment.
"I'm excited about this project. It took a lot longer than it would have had to take, as far as creatively, but the process of going through all of this and being at the end of the contract. It's a headache, but it worked itself out," he continued sharing.
While fans are waiting for the South Jamaica-born rapper's new studio album, he has released three free mixtapes. "I've released three albums worth of material," he said in the same interview. "It was 'The Big 10', which was celebrating the ten year anniversary of my first mixtape. 'The Lost Tape' followed that and then I released 'Murder by Numbers'."